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October 11, 2013
Originally published in City Living
as
Bedlam Blockers
From a lightweight synthetic curtain to a recycled modular nomad system, here are five more pieces of furniture that will guarantee privacy.
nomad system by jaime salm and roger allen for mio

Nomad System

by Jaime Salm and Roger C. Allen for Mio

$56 per 24-pack

A modular system made from recycled (and recyclable) double-walled cardboard in ten Pantone colors can be arranged into freestanding, temporary partitions without hardware or damage to existing structures.

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elbac by anne kyyro quinn

Elbac

by Anne Kyyrö Quinn

$120 per square foot

Quinn’s bespoke sound-absorbing wall panels combine natural wool felt with three-dimensional patterning, which engenders greater surface area and flow resistance to reduce ambient noise levels.

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windowseat chair and ottoman

Windowseat Chair and Ottoman

by Mike and Maaike for Haworth Collection

$4,950; $1,475

The Californian-Dutch duo treated their new lounge chair as a piece of architecture. Its walls and ceiling form a refuge from bustling open environments.

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ready made curtain by ronan and erwan bouroullec

Ready Made Curtain

by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec

for Kvadrat

from $442 

Turning privacy into an easy DIY project, this lightweight, all-in-one curtain system includes hanging cord, wall fixings, pegs, and a selection of woven and synthetic textiles.

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Frondesco by statue

Frondesco

by Statue

Price upon request

A handwoven cotton cloak meets a wooden arm to form a cozy corner. The studio is working with a French company on an affordable version for 2014.

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nomad system by jaime salm and roger allen for mio

Nomad System

by Jaime Salm and Roger C. Allen for Mio

$56 per 24-pack

A modular system made from recycled (and recyclable) double-walled cardboard in ten Pantone colors can be arranged into freestanding, temporary partitions without hardware or damage to existing structures.

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